Example of what I mean about a blogger doing research: if a brand offers 5 shades of a product, don't tell us there were only 3 shades of the collection just because they only sent you 3. Not cool. I can find that out with a quick trip to the company's website, which renders you of no help to me me, and of no use. It makes me mistrust any review after that. I had a similar situation with a blogger ranting about lack of colors available in a foundation, based n the fact that the store she went to only sold certain shades. Again, visit the website and find out! One of those darker shades she lamented was nonexistent was my HG shade. Glad I did not depend on her. This is in the WOC random thoughts because I think when this happens it is even more of a detriment to us (especially when it comes to base products). Sometimes when we have been reading a blog for a long time we tend to trust that their information is complete. Luckily for us on Specktra, there are people who do their research and/or people willing to gently correct us if wrong.